At Monday night’s City Council meeting, which starts at 7 p.m., the City Council will consider approving a redevelopment project in Downtown at 999 Third Street. BioMarin is proposing to redevelop a former PG&E site by building two new 70 ft tall office buildings totaling 207,000 square feet, which will be incorporated into their existing campus. BioMarin has also partnered with Whistlestop and EDEN Housing to create a new six story building, which will include a senior center on the first two floors and 67 affordable senior housing units above. This project has been approved by both the Design Review Board and the Planning Commission. Read the staff report.